Additional protection has been enabled on Stonefish, the University's e-Recruitment System.
If you use Stonefish you will now have the security benefits of Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) when logging in, which further protects our sensitive information and data, and provides additional security controls to reduce the impact of a cyber attack.
You'll also notice that the Jobs at Bath Log in page has been updated, with new log in sections for different types of users. This allow the appropriate security controls to be applied.
You may need to clear your web browser's cookies and cache the first time you log into the Stonefish e-Recruitment System following this change.
Authenticating your identity
Thank you for setting up your authentication methods so you can verify your identify when you sign in.
The additional security protection is only triggered for your first sign in each day, or if you sign in from a different device or location.
Suitable authentication methods
If you haven't already, you'll need to have either the authenticator app, phone (text/sms), or alternative phone, set up to be able to authenticate your sign in to University systems.
Log into My Account to add a method or update your telephone number.
Further information about these improvements can be found on the pages below:
- How you log in to Stonefish is changing
- Layer up your account security with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), including which authentication methods are suitable for different activities
- Troubleshooting common problems with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)